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St Patrick Celebration Party during La Primeur Pub, Taman Impian Emas

Saint Patrick’s Day or a Feast of Saint Patrick (Irish: Lá Fhéile Pádraig, “the Day of a Festival of Patrick”) is a informative and eremite holiday distinguished on 17 March. It is named after Saint Patrick (c. AD 385–461), a many ordinarily recognized of a enthusiast saints of Ireland.

Saint Patrick’s Day was done an central Christian feast day in a early seventeenth century and is celebrated by a Catholic Church, a Anglican Communion (especially a Church of Ireland), a Eastern Orthodox Church and Lutheran Church. The day commemorates Saint Patrick and a attainment of Christianity in Ireland, as good as celebrates a birthright and enlightenment of a Irish in general.


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The St Patrick Celebration Party started about 7.30pm (Friday) in La Primeur Pub (N1.54477 E103.68489) in Taman Impian Emas, Skudai – Johor Bahru. Everyone was bustling for sourroundings adult and business were continue walk-in non-stoply…
Well, I’m a unchanging enthusiast here…

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La Primeur Pub has 3 opening in Johor Bahru. Started a initial from Jalan Harimau Tarum, Century Garden about 8 years ago, second opening is during Jalan Austin Perdana 3/10, Taman Austin Perdana. Then follow by a third opening – Jalan Impian Emas 5/1, Taman Impian Emas, Skudai is this opening carrying a St Patrick Celebration on that evening.

There was a FOC proxy tattoo regulating a paintbrush that was really renouned in that evening! Everyone was reserve adult to hammered a Guinness and a Shamrock trademark on each partial of their body! Haha!

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The initial chairman who had his trademark stamping was a owners of La Primeur Pub – Mr Jack. He was enjoyed a routine with a 3 (3) Shamrock on his head…

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 The proxy paintbrush tattoo continue…

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Some on their hand, some on their legs…

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  we was advantageous adequate to prisoner a Pretty Sexy Promoters from Guinness while they acted in front of a pub…

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At that moment, a song was removing louder…and we only beheld that it was Fullhouse! Everyone was enjoying a Guinness Draught from a Pub….

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And a Party Began!

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During that moment, a barkeeper was a busiest male in a World!

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Beside a bartender, a flattering waitress also portion like mad….

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There were 2 magicians behaving during each dilemma within a pub in that evening…Wonderful Magic from them!

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The Big Show started around 9pm! With a aphorism “March More Fun!”

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Beside Mar More Fun, they continue with a Irish Dance in a Pub…

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Thanks for a organisation who achieved that dusk and a unite – GAB of Malaysia. The opening had brought adult a Party atmosphere to a Top! Everyone was enjoying a song and of march with their Guinness Draught!
And some kissing lift on too…

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The celebration continue after a performance, and a throng was continue to flowed into a pub…

Do dump by La Primeur Pub if we occur around a Skudai area, it has a good environment, relax and native type…importantly it’s Not hazed inside…

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MELAKA FESTIVAL 2012 A RESOUNDING SUCCESS

Melaka Art and Performance Festival 2012 a resounding success

Appiah Annan from Ghana performing Sankofa / Photo from melakafestival.com

Sep 28, 2012

MELAKA, Malaysia – The largest and only site specific art and performance festival on a UNESCO World Heritage site ended on a high note today as artists and performers celebrated a successful three-day festival. From September 21-23, Melaka was filled with art installations and performances by more than 50 renowned local and international artists.

Artists from Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Australia, France, Ghana, South Korea, Ireland, Brazil, Italy, the Netherlands, Morocco, Canada, Poland, and the USA performed in the streets along St. Paul’s Hill where the asphalt became their canvas.

Running for the fourth year, the Melaka Arts and Performance Festival (MAPFest) is an innovative contemporary festival featuring dance, performance art, visual art, film, and music. The closing of the festival culminated in the gathering of all MAPFest artists and performers as they performed “Eulogy for The Living,” a large-scale performance, which provided a spectacular and soulful finale to the festival. The play was directed by the Founding Creative Director, Tony Yap, accompanied by live music and projections by Khaled Sabsabi.

“We were overwhelmed by the response throughout the festival. These three days has truly shown that Melaka has the potential to be an international hub for arts and performances. We are definitely looking forward for a bigger and better festival next year,” said Andrew Ching, Founder and Producer of the Festival.

As a supporter of the festival, the Malaysia Convention Exhibition Bureau (MyCEB) shares the same vision. Zulkefli Sharif, Chief Executive Officer of MyCEB, said, “Our collaboration with MAPFest this year is a successful one as it proves that Malaysia can be a center stage for global events. Melaka, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site, was the ideal venue to host such an inspiring showcase of the arts.”

The event attracted over 20,000 attendees, including an estimated 4,000 overseas visitors. Festival goers participated in a dance workshop by Australia’s leading Afrocontemporary dance practitioner, Appiah Annan of Asanti Dance Theatre, as he introduced traditional and contemporary approaches to dance from his motherland, Ghana.

Many people also took part in a forum discussion themed, “Melaka intersections: Living space/museum town” by Associate Professor Cheryl Stock, Director of Postgraduate Studies Creative Industries Faculty of the Queensland University of Technology.

MAPFest 2012 was directed by Tony Yap, in his capacity as the Founding Creative Director. He was one of the principle performers with IRAA Theatre (1989-1996) and has worked extensively in Australia and overseas including the Agamemnon Festival Colline Torinese, Italy, and The Trojan Woman, Vienna International Art Festival. As the founding Artistic Director of Mixed Company (now The Tony Yap Company) in 1993, he has made a commitment to the exploration and creation of an individual dance theatre language that is informed by psycho-physical research, Asian shamanistic trance dance, butoh, voice, and visual design.

MAPFest 2012 is produced by Arts Performance Festival Melaka Sdn Bhd and is supported by Tourism Malaysia, the Melaka State government, together with the efforts of E-Plus Entertainment, Mercatus Plus Malaysia, Badan Warisan Malaysia, Kingdom of the Netherlands, the French and The Netherlands Embassies, the Australian government, the Australian High Commission, Australia Malaysia Institute, Multicultural Arts Victoria, the Embassy of France, The Tony Yap Company, Nyoba Kan, Simone Lourey, and William Randall.

Source: melakafestival.com

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MELAKA FEST STARTS TOMORROW

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Taking arts to Malacca streets

THE largest and only site specific art and performance festival on a Unesco heritage site returns to Malacca for the fourth time from tomorrow to Sunday.

The Mapfest 2012 team

The Melaka Art And Performance Festival or Mapfest 2012, held daily at 10am, has performances by more than 50 local and international artistes from Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Australia, France, Ghana, South Korea, Ireland, Brazil, Italy, the Netherlands, Morocco, Canada, Poland and the United States.
They will perform on the streets along St Paul’s Hill and the asphalt will become their canvas.

Mapfest 2012 draws from Malacca’s famous heritage sites to create a space for contemporary culture and artistic practice. It will have components such as Cerita Pendek (Short Stories) 1 and 2, visual arts, discussions and workshops.
Cerita Pendek brings together dance, music and performances from all participating artistes in short works over two nights at St Paul’s Church.

On Sunday night, they will all perform Eulogy For The Living, a spectacular finale directed by Tony Yap and accompanied by live music, and projections by Khaled Sabsabi.
Producer Andrew Ching says: “The festival provides an avenue for up-coming performers to showcase their talents and collaborate with international artistes.”

Festival supporter the Malaysia Convention And Exhibition Bureau chief executive officer Zulkefli Sharif says that as a heritage site, Malacca has always been a popular tourist attraction and the festival enhances its offerings.

 
The event is set to attract more than 4,000 international attendees who can join a dance workshop by Australia’s leading dancer Appiah Annan of Asanti Dance Theatre who will introduce traditional and contemporary approaches to dance from his motherland, Ghana.

Mapfest 2012 is produced by Arts And Performance Festival Melaka and is supported by the Tourism Ministry, E-Plus Entertainment, Mercatus Plus, Badan Warisan Malaysia and the governments of the Netherlands, Australia and France among others.

Admission is free.

Details at www.melakafestival.com.
 

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